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RE: What's the suggested way to build pthreads?
- From: Mike Kinghan <Mike_Kinghan at systemsunion dot com>
- To: "'Phil Frisbie, Jr.'" <phil at hawksoft dot com>, Magnus Zakrisson <magnus at orcsoftware dot com>
- Cc: "Pthreads-Win32 at Sources dot Redhat dot Com" <pthreads-win32 at sources dot redhat dot com>
- Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 15:49:51 -0000
- Subject: RE: What's the suggested way to build pthreads?
MSVC 6.0 does work fine, but I think Magnus is sating he wants to do without
From: Phil Frisbie, Jr. [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2001 3:30 PM
To: Magnus Zakrisson
Subject: Re: What's the suggested way to build pthreads?
I have always built the library with MSVC 5.0, so 6.0 should also work
> Magnus Zakrisson wrote:
> I've read in the FAQ that the suggested way to build pthreads is using
> Mingw32 with the MSVCRT library. But all the links to Mingw32 seems
> very old (from the previous millenium) and some links doesn't even
> exist anylonger.
> So what is the answer today, how should I build pthreads?
> And if the answer still is that I should use Mingw32 from where do I
> get it and the other stuff that I may need?
> I have Cygwin 1.0 and VC++ 6.0 on Win2000. I also have a collegue who
> have the same environment as I do except for VC++ which he doesn't
> want to install if doesn't have to (he's working in another project
> and they don't use VC++).
Phil Frisbie, Jr.